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Neish Consultancy

Welcome To Neish Consultancy

Personal Development – Leadership Coaching and Training

Transforming engineering and manufacturing experts into inspirational leaders of successful teams.

Our services centre around:

  • Developing Inspirational Leaders
  • Leadership Coaching
  • Training
  • Early Talent Transition

Neish Consultancy understands  how to develop people to shape outstanding leadership skills.  We believe that the foundations of strong leadership performance and retention are the results of effective Executive Coaching, Management Training, Staff Training and general Skill Development.

For outstanding Training and Development design, planning and delivery across the UK – Please get in touch to discuss your objectives and take a look at our Services and Training Courses to see what else we offer.

 

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Our News

  • Tea and TED at 3

    I will think of you, you think of me, when we have Tea and TED at 3! Today we are watching ‘Different ways of knowing’ Will you be joining us? #ShowMeTheTea      

  • Fabulous Feedback

    We had some great feedback from the IMechE Event we supported in May… “I found recognising different styles, how to improve listening and making time to reflect on communication very helpful” “The animal styles really illustrate the difference in people’s communication preferences” – Dominic Geraghty “I have learnt not to […]

  • Delegate Poem

    Another fun poem from a delegates experience on our Developing Inspirational Leaders programme. “Day 1 Myers Briggs taught us we’re not all the same Day 2 was all about the cane game Day 3 Shona taught us how to motivate and more important for us lazy folk to delegate Day […]

  • Presenteeism

    I got excited when I first read this CIPD headline “Presenteeism hits record high in UK organisations”, however what it really means is that we are going to work even when we are so ill we shouldn’t be there. What are your experiences of this?